Family name Albers

Dear List,

  I am looking for any information in relation to the family name Albers from
Oldenburg in general, and in relation to a Frederik Albers in particular.

  The only thing that I know about Frederik Albers is that he was born
13.11.1816 in Oldenburg, and that he was Roman Catholic. In 1849, when his
first child was born in Aarlanderveen, he was already living in Holland, and
his occupation was "kleermaker"!

  If anybody can help with any information about this person, eg brothers,
sisters, parents, migration to Holland, etc. I would be very grateful.

  Later this year I will have an opportunity to visit Oldenburg for one or
two days. Can anybody please steer me in the right direction as to where I
would need to go to find records of birth in relation to Oldenburg (RC).

Many thanks,

John Janmaat,
Adelaide,
Australia

Hello John,
in Lohne/Oldenburg is an old farm Albers. Today live in Lohne some Albers families. It is a catholic town - www.lohne.de
Many people of the Lohne area went to the seasonal work to Holland.
Werner Honkomp

I would think that almost all parishes in Oldenburg
(the southern part of the Oldenburger M�nsterland was
all RC) have some Albers in their church books. In
other words a general search is like looking for a
needle in a haystack. Vechta would be the ideal place
to look in their typed records of the various
parishes. I don't know if you can get through them
all in two days. You should look for a Friedrich or
Fritz in the time period of his birth and go through
each parish looking for sme candidates. Also look for
the given name in any of the several baptismal names.
Best of luck.

Fred
Fred & Marlies Rump
730 5th St. NW
Naples, FL 34120-2029
239-775-7838 or 239-269-4781 / 609-284-6007(cells)
FredRump@earthlink.net or FredRump@gmail.com

Here a website of the catholic archive in Vechta/Oldenburg:

http://www.offizialatsbezirk-oldenburg.de/index.php?cat_id=4684

Werner Honkomp, Oldenburg

Hello John,
Your Albers is not born in the parish Löningen I looked for him becouse there are manny Albers in Löningen but not yours!
Goodluck,
Betty Krull

"John Janmaat" <jondor@iprimus.com.au> schrieb:

Dear List,

    Earlier this year (April) I put a question to the list, asking for help
with my research into the Albers family.

I would like to thank all the people that responded and in particular I
would like to thank Betty Krull, Fred Rump, Bernie Punte, Werner Honkomp and
Nancy Pundsack.

Unfortunately, my work has prevented me until recently to follow up on all
the extra information that I have been given.
    For a guy who is supposed to be retired, work seems to be taking up more
and more of my time.

Since my request to the list I have discovered that "my Albers" come from a
small town called Goldenstedt near Vechta.

The "Frederik Albers" that I was looking for first became "Johan Frederik"
and next "Johann Friederich".

I can now share the following information:

Johann Friederich Albers
Baptised 13.11.1816, Goldenstedt (Oldenburg)
Married 19.05.1848, Aarlanderveen (Holland)
Maria Lemercier
Johann Friederich was a son of:
Johann Heinrich Albers (died before 19.05.1848), and
Helena Berens (was still alive in 1848 in Goldenstedt)

I am quite excited as next October I will be able to spend a few days in and
around Vechta. I hope to be able to spend at least one day in the Archive in
Vechta and Goldenstedt is also on my list.

During my travels I happened to come across the following web site:
http://www.alt-oldenburg.de concerning the city of Oldenburg. I am usually
the last person to find out about these things, but if you are like me and
have not seen this site before I would recommend a visit (I have spent hours
pouring over it).

Regards,

JJ

John Janmaat
Adelaide
Australia

"John Janmaat" <jondor@iprimus.com.au> schrieb:

Dear List,

      I am looking for any information in relation to the family name

Albers from

Oldenburg in general, and in relation to a Frederik Albers in particular.

      The only thing that I know about Frederik Albers is that he was born
13.11.1816 in Oldenburg, and that he was Roman Catholic. In 1849, when his
first child was born in Aarlanderveen, he was already living in Holland,

and

his occupation was "kleermaker"!

      If anybody can help with any information about this person, eg

brothers,

sisters, parents, migration to Holland, etc. I would be very grateful.

      Later this year I will have an opportunity to visit Oldenburg for

one or

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
August 6, 2005

Dear John,

Thanks for sharing the Oldenburg web site. My great grandfather came to New Orleans from L�ningen, Vechta, in 1858, at age 14, and my mother's maiden name was Albers. The family of my mother came from Sierstahl in Lorraine, France (German at the time), and the Albers family she married into came from Alsace, also German at that time, so probably no relation. The folks in this group are the finest!

Sincerely,
M. Joseph Tiemann

Hello John,
I'm "Oldenburger", but the website alt-oldenburg is new for me. A guy from DOWN UNDER must tell it me!
Thank you, it shows a lot of historical pictures of Oldenburg City.

I think the Albers origin is a farm in Goldenstedt-Ellenstedt, the history book listed it since 1545.
Good luck in Vechta and Goldenstedt,
Werner

Dear List:

The "http://www.alt-oldenburg.de" page is fantastic. I
wonder if there are similar pages for Hannover or
other nearby places? My grandmother Haye spent her
holidays at Oldenburg and my father was born 1905,
Hannover. Thank you for this great page full of
photos.

Silvia

--- John Janmaat <jondor@iprimus.com.au> escribi�:

  Dear List,

    Earlier this year (April) I put a question to the
list, asking for help
with my research into the Albers family.

I would like to thank all the people that responded
and in particular I
would like to thank Betty Krull, Fred Rump, Bernie
Punte, Werner Honkomp and
Nancy Pundsack.

Unfortunately, my work has prevented me until
recently to follow up on all
the extra information that I have been given.
    For a guy who is supposed to be retired, work
seems to be taking up more
and more of my time.

Since my request to the list I have discovered that
"my Albers" come from a
small town called Goldenstedt near Vechta.

The "Frederik Albers" that I was looking for first
became "Johan Frederik"
and next "Johann Friederich".

I can now share the following information:

Johann Friederich Albers
Baptised 13.11.1816, Goldenstedt (Oldenburg)
Married 19.05.1848, Aarlanderveen (Holland)
Maria Lemercier
Johann Friederich was a son of:
Johann Heinrich Albers (died before 19.05.1848), and
Helena Berens (was still alive in 1848 in
Goldenstedt)

I am quite excited as next October I will be able to
spend a few days in and
around Vechta. I hope to be able to spend at least
one day in the Archive in
Vechta and Goldenstedt is also on my list.

During my travels I happened to come across the
following web site:
http://www.alt-oldenburg.de concerning the city of
Oldenburg. I am usually
the last person to find out about these things, but
if you are like me and
have not seen this site before I would recommend a
visit (I have spent hours
pouring over it).

Regards,

JJ

John Janmaat
Adelaide
Australia

"John Janmaat" <jondor@iprimus.com.au> schrieb:
> Dear List,
>
> I am looking for any information in relation
to the family name
Albers from
> Oldenburg in general, and in relation to a
Frederik Albers in particular.
>
> The only thing that I know about Frederik
Albers is that he was born
> 13.11.1816 in Oldenburg, and that he was Roman
Catholic. In 1849, when his
> first child was born in Aarlanderveen, he was
already living in Holland,
and
> his occupation was "kleermaker"!
>
> If anybody can help with any information
about this person, eg
brothers,
> sisters, parents, migration to Holland, etc. I
would be very grateful.
>
>
> Later this year I will have an opportunity
to visit Oldenburg for
one or
> two days. Can anybody please steer me in the right
direction as to where I
> would need to go to find records of birth in
relation to Oldenburg (RC).
>
>
> Many thanks,
>
>
> John Janmaat,
> Adelaide,
> Australia
>
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It is wonderful but I can only enjoy the pictures as I can't read German. But I think that I am going to learn.

silvia segers <silsegers@yahoo.com.ar> wrote:Dear List:

The "http://www.alt-oldenburg.de" page is fantastic. I
wonder if there are similar pages for Hannover or
other nearby places? My grandmother Haye spent her
holidays at Oldenburg and my father was born 1905,
Hannover. Thank you for this great page full of
photos.

Silvia

--- John Janmaat escribi�:

Dear List,

Earlier this year (April) I put a question to the
list, asking for help
with my research into the Albers family.

I would like to thank all the people that responded
and in particular I
would like to thank Betty Krull, Fred Rump, Bernie
Punte, Werner Honkomp and
Nancy Pundsack.

Unfortunately, my work has prevented me until
recently to follow up on all
the extra information that I have been given.
For a guy who is supposed to be retired, work
seems to be taking up more
and more of my time.

Since my request to the list I have discovered that
"my Albers" come from a
small town called Goldenstedt near Vechta.

The "Frederik Albers" that I was looking for first
became "Johan Frederik"
and next "Johann Friederich".

I can now share the following information:

Johann Friederich Albers
Baptised 13.11.1816, Goldenstedt (Oldenburg)
Married 19.05.1848, Aarlanderveen (Holland)
Maria Lemercier
Johann Friederich was a son of:
Johann Heinrich Albers (died before 19.05.1848), and
Helena Berens (was still alive in 1848 in
Goldenstedt)

I am quite excited as next October I will be able to
spend a few days in and
around Vechta. I hope to be able to spend at least
one day in the Archive in
Vechta and Goldenstedt is also on my list.

During my travels I happened to come across the
following web site:
http://www.alt-oldenburg.de concerning the city of
Oldenburg. I am usually
the last person to find out about these things, but
if you are like me and
have not seen this site before I would recommend a
visit (I have spent hours
pouring over it).

Regards,

JJ

John Janmaat
Adelaide
Australia

"John Janmaat" schrieb:
> Dear List,
>
> I am looking for any information in relation
to the family name
Albers from
> Oldenburg in general, and in relation to a
Frederik Albers in particular.
>
> The only thing that I know about Frederik
Albers is that he was born
> 13.11.1816 in Oldenburg, and that he was Roman
Catholic. In 1849, when his
> first child was born in Aarlanderveen, he was
already living in Holland,
and
> his occupation was "kleermaker"!
>
> If anybody can help with any information
about this person, eg
brothers,
> sisters, parents, migration to Holland, etc. I
would be very grateful.
>
>
> Later this year I will have an opportunity
to visit Oldenburg for
one or
> two days. Can anybody please steer me in the right
direction as to where I
> would need to go to find records of birth in
relation to Oldenburg (RC).
>
>
> Many thanks,
>
>
> John Janmaat,
> Adelaide,
> Australia
>
> _______________________________________________
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> Oldenburg-L@genealogy.net
>

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